‘I feel lucky to be alive’: long Covid patients reveal their 18 months of misery
The Metro says: One of the UK’s first long Covid patients says the condition left her unable to even walk her dogs around the local park for a year and a half.
Nic Mitchell feels like she has aged 20 years and is only half as mobile now as when she first got coronavirus symptoms – on Christmas Day 2019.
The media marketing consultant has battled a host of horrifying health problems, loneliness and misdiagnosis which left her going into the first lockdown believing she had blood cancer.
Ms Mitchell, 53, is one of three sufferers living with the condition for more than 18 months to exclusively speak to Metro.co.uk about the devastating impact the virus has had on their lives.
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